10-win seasons - Alabama has 42, Auburn has 14

bamaclimber

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I know a 10-win season isn't what it used to be, but it's still a significant milestone for a team hoping to compete for a championship.

* Bama is tied with Oklahoma for most 10 win season with 42.
* Bama is tied with Florida State for most consecutive 10-win season with 14 (no doubt Alabama will take the lead here next year).

But here's the most amazing 10-win related stat for the state of Alabama...and it relates to Auburn. Auburn is considered an all-time top 10 - 15 program, yet they only have 14 10-win seasons. And more shocking, they only have ONE back-to-back 10 win seasons ('88 - '89). Think about that. Alabama is on a streak of consecutive 10-win seasons longer than Auburn's total count.

This shows you how consistently good Alabama is, and how inconsistently good Auburn is. Auburn has a good to great season here and there, but it doesn't have consistency or continuity.
 

CullmanTide

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I know a 10-win season isn't what it used to be, but it's still a significant milestone for a team hoping to compete for a championship.

* Bama is tied with Oklahoma for most 10 win season with 42.
* Bama is tied with Florida State for most consecutive 10-win season with 14 (no doubt Alabama will take the lead here next year).

But here's the most amazing 10-win related stat for the state of Alabama...and it relates to Auburn. Auburn is considered an all-time top 10 - 15 program, yet they only have 14 10-win seasons. And more shocking, they only have ONE back-to-back 10 win seasons ('88 - '89). Think about that. Alabama is on a streak of consecutive 10-win seasons longer than Auburn's total count.

This shows you how consistently good Alabama is, and how inconsistently good Auburn is. Auburn has a good to great season here and there, but it doesn't have consistency or continuity.
Yet the media keeps propping the barn up to spite Alabama fans.
 
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Bama_N_Va

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I know a 10-win season isn't what it used to be, but it's still a significant milestone for a team hoping to compete for a championship.

* Bama is tied with Oklahoma for most 10 win season with 42.
* Bama is tied with Florida State for most consecutive 10-win season with 14 (no doubt Alabama will take the lead here next year).

But here's the most amazing 10-win related stat for the state of Alabama...and it relates to Auburn. Auburn is considered an all-time top 10 - 15 program, yet they only have 14 10-win seasons. And more shocking, they only have ONE back-to-back 10 win seasons ('88 - '89). Think about that. Alabama is on a streak of consecutive 10-win seasons longer than Auburn's total count.

This shows you how consistently good Alabama is, and how inconsistently good Auburn is. Auburn has a good to great season here and there, but it doesn't have consistency or continuity.
Whats the comparison to UGA???
 
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bamaclimber

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Pretty sure Bama is at 41. Would love to be proved wrong.

Alabama (42)Record
202110-1
2020~13-0
201911-2
201814-1
2017~13-1
201614-1
2015~14-1
201412-2
201311-2
2012~13-1
2011~12-1
201010-3
2009~14-0
200812-2
200510-2
200210-3
199910-3
199610-3
199412-1
1992~13-0
199111-1
198910-2
198610-3
198010-2
1979~12-0
1978~11-1
197711-1
197511-1
197411-1
1973~11-1
197210-2
197111-1
196611-0
1964~10-1
196210-1
1961~11-0
195210-2
194510-0
1934~10-0
1930~10-0
1925~10-0
192010-1
~ Nat'l Champs
 

bamaclimber

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No one considers AU a top 10 program, more like 15 or so. And yes, there is a big difference.
I stand corrected. From a quick search, I saw one site with them ranked 13th all time. To other sites had them at 16 and 20. So not 10 - 15, 13 - 20.